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on this straight ahead. but first, did you hear the other big news? senator coburn is back. he just reuped with the gang of six. he ditched them in may. now he's back. hours ago the gang announced a new debt plan. here's the hitch, yesterday senator coburn unveiled his own plan and then there's senate minority leader mcconnell's plan. which one of these plans is a sure fix? we asked senator coburn. yesterday the headlines why you had -- were you had a nine trillion plan. today you rejoined the gang of six. if you -- can you tell me the difference between the two plans? >> 5.3 trillion. >> greta: i knew i was in trouble. >> one fixes our complete problem. one gets us out of truck as a country the other moves news the -- out of trouble as a country. the other moves us in the direction. if you want us to borrow at the best rates of anybody in the world and put our economy back where it needs to be, with vibrant job creating economy. then you would do this nine trillion dollars. that gets us out of the risk of default. gets it back growing. solves the problems. takes await shackles we've put o
many that's the big question everybody is asking. right now they are not releasing the answer. >> greta: have the police said whether it seems possible that one could tie her hands behind her back and feet and do this act? i suppose it is somehow possible but it seems improbable, but possible. >> to a lot of people certainly that would be unusual. that is what the law enforcement are saying what the sheriff's department is saying. it is possible. detectives said they've investigated cases where that has been the case. where a man or woman ties their hands behind their backs and takes their own life. the circumstances lead one to believe it is bizarre. that's all they are going to say. they don't know whether the two deaths are connected. if they are two separate tragedies or tieding to. the shacknai family that stays in this house in the summertime has not spoken that much, aside from confirming the death of max sunday. again, law enforcement not saying very much as well. just a very large mystery on coronado, which never sees this kind of action. >> greta: where was the -- where was th
. no we won't. we have money to pay it, pay it take that issue off the take. here's the big issue, the president doesn't want to have to be confronted with priorities in spending. because he has a lot of chutzpah. he spent a trillion on stimulus, it failed. he spent a trillion and a half every year on deficits, they are his. also obamacare trillions of dollars this is his spending. he's gotta own it and deal with it. >> greta: i think the president genuinely wants to make sure people don't get hurt. >> we all do. we all do. >> greta: i don't think he's necessarily playing politics some would say he worries if we take some money out of this program it is going to hurt somebody, they all have costs every time we take has costs. >> my point was, this president has added trillions of dollars. we wouldn't be in this crisis right now if he wouldn't have spent that trillion on stimulus, trillion and a half more than he should have on the budget and trillions more on obamacare. but for those trillions in spending, we wouldn't be in this mess. we would still be in a bad spot, nowhere near
>> sean: thank you for being with us. big thank you to frank and all of the voters and politicians who were brave enough to lay it out in front of you, the american people. thanks for being with us. thanks for being with us. hope you have a great night. closed captioning by closed captioning services, inc. >> greta: outrage and anger. many people are horrified that casey anthony will be walking free that day is almost here. after nearly three years behind bars sunday casey will walk out of orange county jail. welcome to a special on the record, countdown to casey's release. as one of the most recognizable defendants in the country, what will her life be like now? during this hour, you will hear from the jury foreperson and another juror. you will hear what happened inside that jury room. you will hear how long they took to come to a verdict that has so many people so mad. and how the jury thinks caylee may have died. and the many suspicions about george anthony, sexual abuse allegations and that smell of death. you will hear from the prosecution and casey's defense attorneys. what
it into the ground or how he moved it. there was no tape on it. the big issue was there was a total failure to find any forensic evidence whatsoever on the tape. more importantly f you remember the only --, if you remember, the own partial profile of dna that was detected absolutely excluded casey. and also excluded caylee from something contact with that tape. that was a mystery. it has not and never will be solved, i suppose. >> greta: i talked to the prosecutor and i asked him, she disappeared or died in june there was a call in august by the meter reader. the remains were found in december. i asked him if the remains had been found in august when the first call was made whether there would have been more forensic clouds which would have indicated cause of death. he -- he said even that was too late do you agree or not? >> i don't agree. possible, possible, possible. that's the case we had. the fact of the matter is, the child was alive june 16th. and was seen with the grandfather on the videotape. if the sheriff's department had done their job, i've always wondered why they couldn't do the slig
she has in her possession at all times. her safety is a big concern of this jail. put the camera there, you can see just how secure this facility is. 74 people facing murder charges in this jail alone. these jails are usually built with more facilities for men and women because more machine are in jail than women. there's a men's side and a women's sigh. not luxurious by -- any means. lights out 10, 11:00 at night. it doesn't mean lights out. lights out means lights dimmed. 4:00, 5:00 in the morning the lights come back on. all night long people are watching her and every inmate. this is a short term facility. not designed to be where someone can live a long time. for that reason it is austere. most people incarcerated are anxious to get through the trial procedure and get to a prison should that be their fate. a prison generally is a better place to live, it is a long term facility, not short term. there's a big difference in terms of your cell. in terms of what you can do, interact with other people. this is simply to house, secure, probably she will have to go to court that gets her
in the trunk is no big deal. i don't care if it is one hair or a million hairs. >> greta: i disagree with you on the speculation. i think asking the jury to speculate on the father molesting casey, there was no evidence there. what was different about the pet, is that you can draw a reasonable for instance. the rules of evidence is draw a reasonable infer friends if the presenting. the casey molesting thing was -- there was nothing to support that. that was asking for speculation that was different. >> not only speculation but he says they. nothing introduced into evidence except for baez's opening statement about casey having help getting rid of caylee's body. this juror, if he is indicative of the of that decided this case, they are intertwining evidence and experts that come up and say this fbi expert doesn't know what he's talking about. although i don't have as much experience. he doesn't know what he's talking about many they pick and choose who they like or what evidence cancels out the other. that's ridiculous! this alternate said he doesn't believe that anybody produced any evidence
of a big one. some people served on a lot of juries but never for six weeks. and with basically no freedoms. i think it was a pretty unique situation. >> greta: how were you treated? many people have served as jurors but not sequestered? >> they treated us well. orange county sheriff's office they were a bunch of wonderful people who tried very hard. there's a delicate balance between giving us some freedoms and also preserving the integrity of the jury. they don't want us to be exposed to anything that might sway us. at the same time they don't want to treat us like prisoners. they did a good job balancing the two. they did everything they could for us. >> greta: during this period of time, were you able to contact friends or family or co-workers or were you totally isolated? >> we could use our cell phones and speak to people in a community area where there was always a deputy earshot away we could, we logged all our calls and someone was always listening. >> greta: i have an enormous amount of respect for anyone who serves on a jury. there has been some disagreement or criticism of the j
big and it just out of control. he just said that i really believe that it was an accident and it just went wrong and she tried to cover it up. casey, no verbal response. did he said to you that casey had told him that this was an accident or this was something that you just believed? he didn't say. he didn't say that. he said like he knew it was a -- [ inaudible ] i don't remember him saying like casey said it. he just said it was an accident that wrong. >> george made it clear to you that he did not have any firsthand knowledge of what happened to his granddaughter, that was the context of what he said, want it? >> the statement speaks for itself. >> overruled. >> correct. >> greta: george anthony denies the two were intimate and denies confiding in her. joining us the anthonies' attorney mark lippman. is it your client's view that the witness just on the stand, that is mistaken or is she lying about this conversation? >> she is lying completely miss van susteren. the conversation never took place. my client never had any intimate relation with her this woman has made many misreprese
, is a clear indication that the body was trying to be hidden. those are even being put in a bag is a very big rid flag for homicide. never seen in an accidental -- death of a child. the fact there's duct tape anywhere attached to that child's face, is to me, indication of a homicide. >> the prosecution tried for a big finish. calling the tattoo artist who had an appointment with casey on july 2nd. just two weeks after caylee died. >> when ms. anthony came to your shop how was she acting? >> normal. >> what does that moon? >> didn't seem upset about anything. >> on casey's request he tattooed her with bella vida, beautiful life. >> at this point the state of florida would rest. >> our legal panel is back with us. all right guys, we talked about cindy anthony and the fact that she apparently is trying to take responsibility for premeditation by saying that she searched for chlorophyll oh i mean chloroform. the question is, does it matter in this case? mark, legally does it matter if they can get to -- if they can get to murder one just in child abuse alone? >> it doesn't necessarily matter. obv
are even it being put in a bag is a very big red flag for homicide. never seen an accidental death of a child. and the fact that there is duct tape anywhere attached to that child's face is, to me, indications of a homicide. >> the prosecution tried for a big finish, calling the tattoo artist who had an appointment with casey on july 2, just two weeks after caylee died. >> when ms. anthony first came to your shop, how would you describe her demeanor? >> normal. >> what does that mean? >> didn't seem upset about anything. >> on casey's request, he tattooed her with bella vita, beautiful life. >> your honor, at this point, the state of florida would rest. >> our legal panel is back with us. all right, guys. we talked about cindy anthony and the fact that she apparently is trying to take responsibility for premeditation by saying that she searched for chlorophyll -- oh, i mean, chloroform. and the question is: does it matter in this case? mark, legally, does it matter if they can get -- if they can get to murder 1, just from child abuse alone? >> it doesn't necessarily matter. obviou
murder trial. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me, hi. >> greta: hi. tomorrow night is the big night on lifetime. i know you have been twitting about the casey anthony verdict. you don't like the verdict? >> no. but i want on the jury and i didn't see what they saw so i've just moved on. >> greta: it captivated a lot of people from coast-to-coast, why do you think that is? >> it has every element. everything dysfunctional that you could think of. under one banner. >> greta: rose hand's nuts. it is about your macadamia farm in hawaii. -- roseanne's nuts. it is about your macadamia farm in hawaii. a reality show isv5/Ñ so differt than a sitcom isn't it? >> yeah. it is a lot more relaxed. a little bit more fun. cause you can improve a lot. but they both have funny jokes. so even though it is unscripted it is kind of scripted too the reality show. >> greta: i would think it would be harder because it is such an invasion of your privacy. question are -- we are going into your home. >> you are sort of coming in my home. i have a nice home and i want people to see it. i like farming
wondered if i was being hypertechnical about the law? >> no. a big part of the prosecution's case was chloroform. i was easy, in my opinion, to discredit and give it no value and no weight. once you got rid of that -- i'm not saying there wasn't some sort of -- nobody knows what happened to caylee. i don't think chloroform was involved. i think they tried to make a strong case. but the chloroform seemedesque enough to move it aside. once that is gone, you don't have much to work with. >> greta: what do you think was the purpose of the chloroform? >> chloroform, i think maybe they had a feeling there was some sort of, you know, like trying to keep caylee quiet or something to that effect. they found the chloroform searches. so they went with that. they didn't have much to use. there's nothing else they could find maybe. they were trying to substantiate that and go in that direction. it wasn't strong enough to say okay there was chloroform involved. >> greta: there is no doubt about it. this was a huge win for the defense team. the defense opened their case with allegations of sexua
. if the prosecutor did it would look like sour grapes. they lost the big case they ought to think twice. >> greta: while tell you why i would not. the fact that cindy said that car smelled like death showed this was not a mother trying to protect her child, because she wouldn't have said that and repeated it and tried to soften it. i think cindy was mistaken, i don't think she was lying. >> she was all over the place. honestly, this was not the piece of evidence that lost the case. why take more from this woman? her life is bad enough. i don't think they are going to do it and i don't think they should. >> greta: bernie, sentencing is thursday, what would you give casey anthony and why? >> everything you can give her. she lied in a homicide investigation. it didn't get any more important. it was her daughter. she should have stood up and said this is what happened. whatever this was. and admitted to the police. throw the book at her, give her everyday you can. >> greta: and you are a defense lawyer. >> absolutely. i'm not her defense lawyer, but i'm a defense lawyer. >> greta: ted? >> i would thr
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